Who went home? Plus, 1 player has already quit
[SPOILER ALERT: Spoilers ahead for The Challenge: All Stars 3 Episode 2.]
22 contestants who previously qualified for the flagship series finale still compete in the Paramount+-hosted reality series The Challenge: All Stars 3, which is in contention for the grand prize of $250,000. Host TJ Lavin introduced a new twist in the premiere, giving Daily Challenge winners the ability to sabotage another player, used for the first time in Episode 2. Also, one player resigned just before his elimination round. Who went home meanwhile? The Challenge: All Stars 3 Episode 2?
Sylvia and Wes used the first sabotage in The Challenge: All Stars 3
After the elimination of Cynthia Roberts and Tyler Duckworth, the competitors went head-to-head in another daily mission.
Armed with her Sabotage advantage from winning the final challenge, Sylvia Elsrode debated using it against Kendal Darnell, noting that she was “super quiet” or KellyAnne Judd saw her as a threat.
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However, Wes Bergmann encouraged them to take them on as allies instead. Instead of taking his advice, Sylvia threw the first shot at KellyAnne by sabotaging her with a one minute delay in the daily mission.
Wes sent his to his rival Jordan Wiseley. Prior to the mission, Melinda Collins revealed that she twisted her ankle four times during last season’s finale and is still in severe pain.
Tina Bridges rubbed Jonna Mannion the wrong way after she lost the daily mission
For the Out of Reach challenge, contestants floated 35 feet above the water and swung far enough to knock over a key box.
After finding the key, they had to swim back to shore and open a chest that contained puzzle pieces. Due to the sabotage, KellyAnne and Jordan had to wait a minute before they could start the puzzle.
The six men and women who completed the challenge the fastest formed the authority. Yes, Duffy and Kendal won overwhelmingly, followed by Jonna Mannion, Brad Fiorenza, Kailah Casillas and the sabotaged Jordan Wiseley.
Before the group met for deliberation, loser of the day Tina Bridges approached Jonna and threatened her not to choose her allies Veronica Portillo or Melinda to face her in the elimination. It rubbed the wrong way for last season’s winner, who felt Tina was trying to intimidate her into playing her game.
Melinda Collins quit during The Challenge: All Stars 3; Who else went home?
When the agency revealed which man and woman they wanted to save, Roni Chance, Mark Long, Nehemiah Clark, Syrus Yarbough, Melinda and Veronica were possible options.
Ultimately, they settled on Mark and Melinda. However, Melinda gave up before elimination because of her ankle as she felt she couldn’t compete with it.
Laterrian Wallace faced Mark in the “Lights Out” elimination, where the first player to knock out a beam of light while tied to a giant pole won.
Mark pulled out the win, sending Laterrian home and earning his star. Even though Melinda quit, Tina still earned her star and gave her the most at three. The Challenge: All Stars 3 airs Wednesdays on Paramount+.
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